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Everything you need to know about your next Tanzania Adventure

Have you ever thought of Travelling to the wild lands of Tanzania to witness the amazing flora and fauna on a Solo Trip? What about Solo Safari Tanzania?

We will take you through the journey of a lifetime in your Tanzania Safari Tours for which you can thank us later for this amazing adventure trip to the lush green lands of East Africa in your Solo Safari Tanzania.

Are you still wondering How to Solo Travel in Tanzania ? Call up our Travel experts or speak to our Tanzania Safari Guide directly to get immense knowledge of the type of Safari that you wish to plan in Tanzania. We will not only make your travel safe and comfortable but also provide you an accurate list of Tanzania Travel Requirements that you must have before starting your journey.

Don';t miss this opportunity of a lifetime and visit the mystical lands of Tanzania once with Tanzania Safari Tours and if possible travel solo with Lifetime Safaris and experience the serene nature and wilderness sink deep into your memories. Call us now to book your solo safari packages to Tanzania Today!


  • Pack Lighter and smarter: Tanzania Solo Travel

When on a solo trip to Tanzania the most essential tip is to travel light. The lighter your luggage the freer you will feel. Take the most crucial requirements that you simply can’t miss and leave the rest.

  • Dress Modest: Tanzania solo female travel

As Tanzania is an Islamic country with more than 90% of the population covered by Muslims, it would be considerate to dress modestly as it may just draw unnecessary attention.

  • Stay Away from the dark locations: Is it safe to travel alone in Tanzania?

When on Safari to Tanzania, only safari trips or treks are not part of your trip. You may want to go and shop and buy souvenirs for your family and friends. In your quest to explore the city do not wander around in the dark as it may be unsafe to do so.

  • Choose a Reputable Guide


Lifetime Safari in its Solo Traveller's Guide to Tanzania has listed the following must-visit destinations in Tanzania:

The Serengeti: the thousands of tourists that happen in Tanzania annually are due the incredible wildlife safari views that Serengeti offers. Its Great Wildebeest Migrations are not just breathtaking but are also world famous. When on your journey to the mystical land of Tanzania, you simply cannot miss the best of Serengeti National Park.

Zanzibar: The heavenly beaches of Zanzibar offer a site to behold with the turquoise blue water and the white sandy beaches which are the best family outing destinations any place on earth can offer.

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area: This conservation area is 160 km from Arusha and it is simply a magical place that will amaze your senses. More than 80,000 Maasai people have inhabited this land for years and are an important part of this crater. The crater is the largest unbroken Caldera in the world which is 600m high hosting more than 30000 animals of different species especially the Big Five in an area of 260 square kilometres.


Amazing Game drives: both Serengeti and Ngorongoro offer the best game drives accommodating the Big five: lion, buffalo, rhino, elephant, and leopard. Apart from this you also witness numerous smaller predators here as well.

Exceptional Walking Safaris: For walking safaris, you can stride through the bushy lands of tropical shrubs of Tarangire National Park


Blues & Chutney Country B&B is a charming country home nestled at the lush green foothills of Mt. Meru where you will stay upon arrival.

Rift Valley Lodge : This lodge is located 120 km west of the Arusha Town and is en route to the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti Plains.

Ngorongoro Rhino Lodge : Ideally located on the edge of the Ngorongoro crater rim, Rhino Lodge offers a perfect base from which to explore the Ngorongoro crater and its surroundings

Mapito Tented Camp is situated at Ikoma, in Northern Serengeti

You can always upgrade your accommodation upon request to luxury camps and lodges in Solo Safari Tanzania .


We start a journey together, from dream to real-life. A safari is personal, in planning a safari the starting point is you and everything is built around you.


WHEN TO GO Tanzania

The best time to visit Tanzania is during the Dry season, late June to October

  • JAN
  • FEB
  • MAR
  • APR
  • MAY
  • JUN
  • JUL
  • AUG
  • SEP
  • OCT
  • NOV
  • DEC


January is one of the best times to visit coast


It’s hot and humid during February, and it’s the start of calving season when thousands of wildebeest give birth to their young and predators


A great month. Game viewing in East Africa


April is by far the wettest month of the year and while the rains predominantly come in the form of afternoon thundershowers


The long rainy season is in full swing.


June is dry, busy and is considered the best time of year to visit


Peak Safari Season Is In Full Swing And Is The Best Time To Travel'.


August is still considered peak season with tourist crowds flocking '.


Tourist Crowds Begin To Dissipate And There Is Still No Rain


Sees The Building Of Thunderclouds And The Arrival Of The First Rains.


Rains in East and Southern Africa mean this is the least desirable month for a safari.


Falls In The Middle Of The ‘Short Rains’

Tanzania Travel FAQ'S

We've put together a list of the commonly asked FAQs about Tanzania travel.

What is the best time of year to visit Tanzania?

The best time to visit Tanzania depends on the specific activities you plan to do. The dry season from June to October is generally the best time for wildlife viewing, while the wet season from November to May is better for bird watching and seeing the lush green landscapes.

What are the most popular tourist attractions in Tanzania?

Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Tanzania include the Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Mount Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar Island, and Lake Manyara National Park.

Do I need to take any vaccinations before traveling to Tanzania?

Yes, visitors to Tanzania are recommended to take a range of vaccinations to protect against diseases such as yellow fever, hepatitis A and B, and typhoid. It's recommended to consult a doctor or travel clinic before travelling to Tanzania to get the latest recommendations.

What kind of wildlife can I expect to see in Tanzania's national parks?

Tanzania's national parks are home to a wide variety of wildlife, including lions, elephants, giraffes, zebras, wildebeest, hippos, and numerous species of birds.

What is the best attraction of Arusha National Park?

The Rufiji River is the best attraction of Arusha National Park. This is where you can go on a boat safari, where you spot wildlife like hippos, crocodiles and the aquatic birds like waterfowl.

What is the best time to climb Kilimanjaro?

December to mid- March and mid- June to the end of October. This is the driest and warmest month of the year. However, these are also the busiest months.



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